Port is a fortified wine, which means it is more alcoholic and therefore sweeter than regular wine. Tawny ports have their grapes aged in wooden barrels. The word tawny on a label indicates age, 10, 20, 30, or 40 years old. Tawny ports can be sweet or medium dry. A dry port wine will not be tawny, but less sweeter.
Standing at the stern looking forward port is on the left starboard is on the right
The actual alcohol itself is the same, ethyl-alcohol, the percentages are very different. 40% for Vodka vs. around 12% for wine.
Wine has 12-15% alcohol, drink or distilled products have on average 40%.
Port Adelaide vs Collingwood
Not enough to have an effect on the body or the mind.
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It depends on the concentration of the alcohol (ex. liquor vs. wine vs. beer) and how much food you have in your stomach.
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Typically the vodka will have fewer calories, (84 vs. 64) but that is only if there is nothing mixed with it.
That's going to depend on how many are wet and how many dry, new vs. used, soiled vs. clean, packaged vs. expanded. The question includes none of this data.
It depends on how much "wet" ingredients in the mix vs. "dry" ingredients.